# Non-Parametric Tests and Research Questions

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Develop a research question for each of the following non-parametric tests:

1. McNemar test for significance of changes

2. Fisher's exact test

3. Chi-square one-sample test

4. Kolmogorov-Smirnov test

5. The sign test, or median test

6. Mann-Whitney U test

7. Wilcoxon rank test

8. Kruskal-Wallis one-way analysis of variance

9. Friedman two-way analysis of variance

10. Spearman rank correlation

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McNemar test for significance of changes

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Fisher's exact test

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Chi-square one-sample test

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